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BOWLING GREEN, OH (Toledo News Now) -
and earth movers are busy at work on the campus of Bowling Green State
University. Construction is underway for the new state-of-the-art BCI lab on
$11.9 million, 30,000-square-foot facility was announced earlier this year. It
will serve law enforcement agencies in 22 Ohio counties. The Bureau of Criminal
Investigation lab will replace the current Bowling Green lab that was opened in
lab will be used to test and analyze ballistics, fingerprints, polygraphs, DNA
and rape kits. Attorney General Mike Dewine is hoping the extra testing lab
will help the state catch up on thousands of backlogged rape kits.
new lab will also serve as a classroom for the university, hosting
undergraduate forensic classes. It is expected to be open by the fall of 2014.